Acrographinotus ornatus (Roewer, 1929)

Pinto-da-Rocha, Ricardo, Benedetti, Alipio Rezende, de Vasconcelos, Eduardo Gomes & Hara, Marcos Ryotaro, 2012, New systematic assignments in Gonyleptoidea (Arachnida, Opiliones, Laniatores), ZooKeys 198, pp. 25-68: 44

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.198.2337

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scientific name

Acrographinotus ornatus (Roewer, 1929)
status

comb. n.

Acrographinotus ornatus (Roewer, 1929)   comb. n. Fig. 16

Unduavius ornatus   Roewer, 1929: 244, fig. 28 (♂); Kury 2003: 195; (syntypes from NHMW, not examined, probably lost).

Material examined.

BOLIVIA. La Paz: Nor Yungas (Unduavi), 1 male & 6 females (SMF 2881/79; syntypes according to Acosta (1996), which was previously referred to as belonging to Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien. We acknowledge them as syntypes together with those in SMF RII 995/52).

Diagnosis.

Acrographinotus ornatus   can be easily distinguished from other species of the genus by the blister-like, enlarged, brown tubercles on whitish scutal areas I–IV; posterior margin of dorsal scutum and free tergites I–II with a row of enlarged tubercles and white spots on lateral and posterior margin of dorsal scutum and coxa IV.

Description.

Penis (Fig. 16 A–B; SMF 2881): ventral plate with 3 distal pairs of long setae, 0-2 median pairs of short setae, 4-5 basal pairs of setae. Stylus almost straight (apex slightly bent), smooth. Distal ventral process shaped as an ibis head.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Opiliones

Family

Gonyleptidae

Genus

Acrographinotus

Loc

Acrographinotus ornatus (Roewer, 1929)

Pinto-da-Rocha, Ricardo, Benedetti, Alipio Rezende, de Vasconcelos, Eduardo Gomes & Hara, Marcos Ryotaro 2012
2012
Loc

Unduavius ornatus

Roewer 1929
1929